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Aug 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
>>> good evening. i'm diane dwyer. terry mcsweeney is on assignm t assignment. police are searching for a gunman who shot someone near the corner of third and julian streets not far from st. james park. people nearby say they were startled to hear gun fire in the middle of the day. >> we heard seven gun shots while we were in class, and really surprise to hear them so close by so the instructor went out and checked out to see what he could see, then he came in and shut the door and called 911. >> the man shot was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead a short time later. investigators say they don't know what led up to the shooting or whether it's gang related. they are working on putting together a description of the gunman. this is san jose's 33rd killing of the year, san jose had 36 homicides in all of last year. >> to the wild fire burning near yosemite. the fire prompted concerns about what the ash might do to the reservoir which supplies water to san francisco. jay gray has the latest on what firefighters call the rim fire. >> reporter: overnight the rim fire
NBC
Aug 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
>>> good evening, i'm diane dwyer. terry mcsweeney is off tonight. police are looking for a pickup truck that was involved in a deadly hit-and-run last night. it was their alum avenue and hillary. >> the vick time is a 61-year-old man also seen in the neighborhood sitting at a bus stop. it happened just before 9:00 last night. chp spokes participant last night said it was pretty dark outside and people were around but not paying attention to the street. and because it was so dark, witnesses could not give a good description of the driver. >> it was 8:45 at night, the sun had set, and in that area there is not a lot of street lights. the general description of the vehicle was an older model pickup truck. and it had a red stripe on the hood. >> my neighbor just heard a loud thump and that was it. she didn't hear brakes or nothing. >> some witnesses are telling police tonight that the pickup truck was a ford, and that police are not emphasizing the make and model of the truck because they're getting conflicting reports on that. if you have any information, contact the san jose police.
NBC
Aug 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
mcsweeney joins us with more. what happened here, terry? >> reporter: the reason for that bay area alert is because this woman may have to be caught again. she's a free woman tonight. one of the many unanswered questions in this story. does she have another fake i.d. like the one she used here at valley medical center, that can get her into other bay area hospitals. this is 29-year-old crystal cook of felton, arrested in the parking lot of valley medical center in san jose for impersonating a nurse. >> she was in possession of scrubs and a fake i.d. card. not a security key card. but a fake i.d. card. >> reporter: investigators are checking medical center surveillance video to see how long cook had been masquerading as an r.n. she may be impersonating a nurse if it wasn't for a couple of things on facebook. that she had been working there since june. something real nurses checked on. >> she was not an preof the hospital. >> and cook's second post. >> she said she was part of a pediatric heart transplant. we don't do pediatric heart transplants. we send them to sanford. >> she didn'
NBC
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. as you heard. terry mcsweeney is live from oakland to talk about the fire danger all around the state at this point. >> reporter: the entire bay area under that warning. when the national weather service issues one of those, it means there are some of the following ingredients. low humidity, high winds, lots of dry fuel and dry lightning. over the past 24 hours, some areas here in the bay area, all the way over to yosemite have had them all. this is what firefighters are struggling to contain tonight. the rim fire near highway 120 near yosemite. overnight this fire went from 2,500 acres to more than 11,000. 2,500 structures are threatened and for a time, some of those were these structures, a family camp. >> there was a point it started moving quickly. it cause us sort of by surprise. that cal fire came up and said, you've got to go. >> reporter: the evacuation had a time limit. >> they gave us about 15 minutes to get out. >> reporter: more than a hundred students and staff who were staying at the camp are safely back in the bay area tonight. at last report, the camp is still untouche
NBC
Aug 5, 2013 11:00pm PDT
of baseball's biggest scandals. but it doesn't just impact the major leaguers. nbc's bay area's terry mcsweeney got a different perspective tonight. >> reporter: i'm at at&t park. some call this place the house that bonds built. barry bonds, his steroids scandal started surfacing about ten years ago. and fans of all ages, and the younger ones, get to go through it all over again. at the little league world series in livermore, it seemed everyone knew about the a-rod suspension. and to a man, a young man, they were disgusted. >> what example is he setting? taking drugs to enhance himself. it's pathetic. >> i've been playing baseball all my life. i'm an umpire at my little league. i'm so into the sport, i can'tñ stand to see mlb players doing drugs. >> reporter: when the youngsters were just toddlers, lance williams co-wrote the expose, "game of shadows." williams says baseball's more on top of the situation now than it was then. he is now with the center for investigative reporting. >> the players were never punish at all. >> reporter: upon learning that players were linked to performance-enhan
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Aug 3, 2013 5:00pm PDT
power plant goes terribly wrong. >>> good evening. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> and i'm diane dwyer. the two sides have been in meetings since 10:00 this morning but time is running out with a deadline of midnight tomorrow, and if they don't reach an agreement, a strike is likely monday morning, stranding more than 400,000 riders. bc's kimberly tere is live where talks are being held right now. hello, kimberly. >> reporter: million, diane. no one will say how talks are going on inside the workers. they have issue add 72-hour notice of intent to strike thursday. as the clock ticks down to the deadline now just 30 hours away, many who rely on b.a.r.t. are getting anxious. they went on strike last month for four days crippling mass transit in the region and causing headaches for those who needed to go. >> i telecommunicated the whole week. i know a lot of people do. some people took a ferry. it took 2 1/2 hours just to get on the ferry. >> it makes a whole mess. obviously they've got to do what they've got to do with their families but the ferry is a crazy place without b.a.r.t. >> reporter: ma
NBC
Aug 4, 2013 3:30pm PDT
the state department is revealing about the terror threat. >>> good afternoon, i'm diane dwyer. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. we are on early because of the nfl preseason game at 5:00. >>> midnight tonight is weighing on people's finds aft near when b.a.r.t. workers
NBC
Aug 10, 2013 5:00pm PDT
♪ >>> good evening, i'm terry mcsweeney, diane dwyer has the night off. midnight tomorrow, it appears the two sides can't come to terms, the governor will likely step in to hit office temporari temporarily. the negotiations are going on, and she has more. >> it does not appear that the two sides are any closer to making a deal. yesterday they met here for about 12 hours, there's no telling how long they will be here this evening. antoinette brian, a negotiator for the transit union says they want a deal and they're hoping to get one by tomorrow. that's when the one-week contract extension will expire. bryant has been very outspoken about not wanting to let this drag out and not letting the governor intervene again. >> we want to get a deal. sometimes when those things happen, you're given more time. you take your foot off the gas. we're ready to put it all the way to the floor. we want the job done today, but definitely before sunday. >> we have not heard much from bart's lead negotiator today. if the union cannot reach an agreement this weekend he will use his executive p
NBC
Aug 11, 2013 4:30pm PDT
. i'm terry mcsweeney. diane dwyer has the night off. b.a.r.t. riders can breathe a sigh of relief until at least october. today a judge ordered a 60-day cooling off period between b.a.r.t. and its two largest unions. during this time the two sides will continue to meet and try to strike a deal. as a matter of fact, that's what they were doing again today. kimberly tere live in oakland. >> reporter: both sides were back here at 1:00 this afternoon, that's after putting in a 14-hour day yesterday. they all left at about 12:30 in the morning. the union said they would take this morning to go over the numbers on b.a.r.t.'s most recent proposal. despite the judge
NBC
Aug 11, 2013 5:30pm PDT
years with qualifying bundles rethink possible. >>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney. b.a.r.t. riders are guaranteed they will have service for at least the next two months after a judge ordered a cooling off period between b.a.r.t. and it's two largest unions. they have more time to settle. you would never know it. they have been talking all afternoon and into the evening trying to come up with a deal. >> reporter: terry, even though a strike has been temporarily averted both sides say the pressure is still on them to get a deal and get one sooner than later. the judge heard the governor's request at 9:00 a.m. this morning. a request for an injunction. neither b.a.r.t. or
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Aug 11, 2013 6:00pm PDT
>>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney. b.a.r.t. riders are guaranteed they will have service for at least the next two months after a judge ordered a cooling off period between b.a.r.t. and it's two largest unions. they have more time to settle. you would never know it. they have been talking all afternoon and into the evening trying to come up with a deal. >> reporter: terry, even though a strike has been temporarily averted both sides say the pressure is still on them to get a deal and get one sooner than later. the judge heard the governor's request at 9:00 a.m. this morning. a request for an injunction. neither b.a.r.t. or union posed it so the judge did grant that request for a 60 day cooling off period. workers will stay on the job until midnight october 10th. >> 60 day cooling off period. after that there's nothing else. you hope they take these 60 days seriously, and that they come to the table and stay at the table. not meet us for 15 minutes and then walk out. >> it's disappointing we don't have an agreement. the idea being here is to get an agreement and that's wha
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Aug 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
a great night. vuitton. >>> good evening. i'm diane dwyer. terry mcsweeney has the night off. one of the tallest buildings in hayward was reduced to rubble this morning. take a look and listen. look at that. crews imploded warren hall on the campus of cal state east bay at 9:00 this morning. the demolition didn't just get rid of a seismically unsafe building but provided scientists with an opportunity. they set up 600 seismic censors to catch this moment. the goal is to analyze data collected before, during, and after the implosion to better understand the nearby hayward fault and the seismic zone around it. >> it went spectacularly. it took ten seconds to fall and made a good thump apparently heard and felt in alameda. that's really what we are hoping for. i think we're probably going to have the best possible result. so we're delighted. >> the data collected is also expected to give researchers a detailed map of the path of the hayward
NBC
Aug 24, 2013 11:00pm PDT
on the national mall. just before that speech, he made an important television appearance. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney as more. >> an important anniversary next week marking a critical moment in the civil rights movement. it has been nearly 50 years since the march on washington, d.c. and his famous i have a dream speech. days before dr. king made the historic speech he appeared on nbc's "meet the press" and we will reair it in its entirety. david gregory hosts this special edition and he is joining us now. tell us about the 1963 interview. what stands out for you as you watch it? >> well, what is striking about it is to go back in time and to see this played out, to see dr. king in this forum in a program i love so much, but in that context. '63 was such a tumultuous time. that was the backdrop for the march on washington, the fear of demonstrations in the street and the fear of violence which did not come to pass. fire hoses were turned on peaceful protesters in birmingham. you had all of this as the backdrop to this appearance on "meet the press" ultimately to the speech. so you hear from dr. king
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Jul 31, 2013 11:00pm PDT
next week. terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >>> the ferries were packed during the last strike, that's why the san francisco bay ferry is getting crews and boats ready. it will expand the number of boats from 8 to 12 or 13. it will borrow two from golden gate ferry. if a strike happens, stick with nbc bay area news. if you have to get to working we have the work-arounds. our b.a.r.t. strike coverage will start at 4:00 a.m. and continue throughout the day on our air and on our website, nbcbayarea.com. >>> another hazy night with low air quality. it's causing a lot of sneezes and sniffles for bay air allergy sufferers. will it clear up tomorrow? let's bring in jeff. >> it has been unbearable for the first part of the week. we have a unique set of circumstances that have been leading to this poor air quality, namely the fires in oregon. a lot of that smoke traveled across the bay area from fires that burned 26,000 acres. the key difference now is a steady ocean breeze coming out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour. that's going to be good enough heading throughout tomorrow's forecast to
NBC
Aug 4, 2013 9:30pm PDT
table, trying to avoid another crippling strike. good evening. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> and i'm diane dwyer. thanks for joining us for this special edition. 400,000 riders use bart every weekday. tonight we all want to know will bart be running tomorrow? >> nbc bay area's kimberly tere outside caltran headquarters in oakland where the talks are still under way right now. kimberly? >> reporter: well, it's two hours away from that midnight deadline, and still no deal. almost two hours ago, bart's lead negotiator tomahawk walked out of the building saying he was heading to his office to talk to some people and get more input, presumably on a proposal. as he stepped outside, about a dozen bart workers who showed up earlier saying they were here to support the negotiators working on their behalf, tackling costs. hawk was able to tell us the two sides, in his opinion are, getting closer to coming to a deal. and he is still hopeful. a negotiator for amalgamated transit did not seem as optimistic. >> time. we've been in and out. they've been in and out. we wait for them. they wait for us. it'
NBC
Aug 6, 2013 11:00pm PDT
area bus riders will be out of luck tomorrow morning. terry mcsweeney is in oakland. where are we right now? >> reporter: they're as close as you can get, raj, without having a settlement. we're told by the union, representing the a.c. transit workers, they have agreed to a three-year contract, as far as wages go. the hangup is medical. and that's very, very close. we're expecting someone to come down any minute now. it's looking good. there is no settlement. in the meantime, 180,000 a.c. transit riders are left in the lurch. if these buses aren't running tomorrow, that means about 180,000 riders will have to find another way to get around the east bay. it could be a major inconvenience for many, such as precious jordan. >> i go to take my son out to the lake aerostuff. i have to come to oakland to do everything. i would like for the bus to run tomorrow. >> reporter: the very thought of a strike is an outrage to others. >> they have a job. in my job, i make $5 an hour. you make $15 an hour, you're crying. backwards. >> reporter: the two sidescy they made consider progress at the bargain
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Aug 7, 2013 5:30pm PDT
here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> >> i'm terry mcsweeney. raj and jessica are off tonight. the south bay is in a crisis. the concern is foster care. the consequence could mean a life full of disappointment. damian trujillo is at the department of social service who is working to recruit more d]í,. >> reporter: there are roughly 1100 children in foster care in santa clara county and two thirds are older than 12 years old. the numbers show an older child in foster care is on the fast track to fail. she comes to this park quite often. it's where jasmine barbosa thinks about the turmoil she was thrown into, 13 years old and the foster care system took her from her parents. >> it was a devastating moment. i had a bunch of emotion going through me. i didn't know what was happening. >> reporter: she bounced around from home to home. a teenager looking for a family who could love her and raise her. >> it was very odd to me. i was in a stranger's home. it wasn't even a friend's house. it was difficult. >> reporter: the santa clara county social services agency reports less than 10
NBC
Aug 7, 2013 11:00pm PDT
friends and family are praying for her self-return. terry mcsweeney is live in oakland. >> reporter: new information. it's hard to say exactly what the new piece of information might have to do with the investigation. but to this point, family members have been saying when sandra coke left her house on eileen street, she told them she was going to meet someone who had information on her missing dog. now, they're saying, she told them she was coming here, to this walgreen's on telegraph avenue. wherever she was going, she hasn't been seen since. oakland police continue to follow leads in the disappearance of sandra coke. her missing persons posters are everywhere in her neighborhood. her neighbor is praying. >> it's hard to believe that things happen. i hope she's okay. that's my concern. i hope we find her. police spent the afternoon searching the missing woman's house and left with two bags of evidence. coke, who is an investigator for the federal defender's office, hasn't been seen since sunday evening. tonight, family members say she told them she was going to walgreens. previously, t
NBC
Aug 11, 2013 5:00pm PDT
>>> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening. i'm terry mcsweeney. diane dwyer has the night off. b.a.r.t. riders can breathe a sigh of relief until at least october. today a judge ordered a 60-day cooling off period between b.a.r.t. and its two largest unions. during this time the two sides will continue to meet and try to strike a deal. as a matter of fact, that's what they were doing again today. kimberly tere live in oakland. >> reporter: both sides were back here at 1:00 this afternoon, that's after putting in a 14-hour day yesterday. they all left at about 12:30 in the morning. the union said they would take this morning to go over the numbers on b.a.r.t.'s most recent proposal. despite the judge granting that 60-day cooling off period at the governor's request, b.a.r.t. and its union say they're committed to the negotiating process and this will not slow them down. >> 60-day cooling off period, after that, there's nothing else. so you hope that they take the 60 days seriously and that they come to the table and stay at the table. not meet us for 15 minutes and then wal
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Aug 14, 2013 5:30pm PDT
to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney in for raj mathai. >> i'm jessica aguirre. we start with ai] follow up to story we broke yesterday. weÑi are learning thejf identit a woman killed on "n" a construction accident on san jose cityq college yesterday. she wasn't a student there. but they think they know why she was on campus. >> reporter: jessica, officials here at san jose city college declined any on camera Ñi interviews but they released new information about thet( victim including her identity and what she may have been doing on campus. >> i got an e-mail this morning about a crisis counseling today. >> reporter: most students we talked to had not heard about the accident that killed the 49-year-old yesterday on the campus ofçói]çó san jose city c. gonzalezxd was run over by a tractor being used for on campus construction. >> in close quarters it would be moree1 someone directing lptraf. >> reporter: thet( san jose community college district police department is leading the the tragedy unfolded.rmine how ? gonzalez lived
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Aug 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
dwyer. terry mcsweeney is off tonight. police are looking for a pickup truck that was involved in a deadly hit-and-run last night. it was their alum avenue and hillary. >> the vick time is a 61-year-old man also seen in the neighborhood sitting at a bus stop. it happened just before 9:00
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Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney joins us from the bridge on the cause of that fire and newly released 911 tames. >> reporter: we got a lot of answers in this report today. we now know how the fire started. how those five women died. we know who if anyone is to blame getting a lot of answers to a lot of questions. but not all of them yet. we have seen pictures of the burning limousine. now we are hearing the sounds from the 911 call the night of may 4th. >> the voices of survivors and limo driver orville ricky brown. investigators today revealed the cause of the tragedy was a collapse of the suspension in the rear of the vehicle. >> the heat and possible sparks generated from the rotating drive shaft and the underside of the floor pan beneath leading the edge of the rear seat, ignited the materials covering the floor board. >> reporter: the limo driver ricky brown's estranged wife has told reporters, she was on the phone with him at the time of the crash. not true, say investigators. >> upon reveal of the cell phone records, chp and district attorney investigators determined mr. brown
NBC
Aug 21, 2013 5:30pm PDT
evening i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i'm jessica aguirre. are you ready? less than two weeks to go before the opening of the new eastern span of the bay bridge and here is your first look. this is an animation that shows what the ride will be like when you cross the new bridge. jodi hernandez has new details. hard to believe it is almost here. >> reporter: it really is. when the eastern span of the bay bridge opens, commuters will experience wider decks, expansive views and hopefully a smoother ride. but we have to deal with a five-day closure. caltrans says it will be worth it. >> this should give people a sense of what the views will be like. >> reporter: this is animation showing what commuters will experience when the eastern span of the bay bridge opens in just a week and a half from now. >> you are going to come out of the tunnel and be out in the open right away. and you are going to see the tower and the cables immediately and have the great views of the east bay. >> reporter: before before it can open it has to close down so that the crews can finish their work and caltrans wants
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Aug 21, 2013 11:00pm PDT
the tragedy won't be repeated this time. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i'm jessica aguirre. within the past hour it, pg&e crews were able to cap a gas leak in san jose near the corner of brown in south san jose early tonight. crews are now restoring gas to the last customers. no one hurt in that incident. >> also new at 11:00, a month lion spotted. the san mateo county sheriff's office says the big cat was sboted in a parking lot along portola road. the sheriff's department is reminding people if you see a mountain lion, face the animal, make a noise and look big such as spreading your arms and standing on tiptoe. >> it's been 24 years in the making but a big moment in the bay area is now just two weeks away. that's when you'll be able to drive across the new bay bridge. it is exciting but there are some safety concerns. >> drivers won't know the road or what to expect ahead. jean ellie live with more on what it will be like and how you can take a test run of sorts. >> tonight caltrans says driving on the new span of the bay bridge will be a completely different experience compared to the old bridg
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Aug 23, 2013 5:30pm PDT
area news starts now. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> we begin with the developing story, the assault from the air to control a massive fire that has now encroached into yosemite national park. want to show you the view of the rim fire now burning for six days, charring more than 165 square miles. this is the view from the ground now where the inferno is intense. the flames have now pushed into the park. and while the park is safe for now, close to 5,000 homes are in the line of fire. nbc jodi hernandez is live from grove land. she joins us now. >> reporter: jessica, that fire is a monster. numerous firefighters say they have never seen anything quite like this. as you look over this ring you can see all this smoke coming up. that is where the fire is burning hot and heavy tonight. we are told it is wall to wall flames out there. and as of right now, this fire is expected to just keep on growing. >> this fire is very dynamic, and this fire does have a mind of its own. the resources here have doubled. and right now, we're at 105,000 acres, plus. and we've got over 2,
NBC
Aug 24, 2013 6:00pm PDT
an important television appearance. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney has more. >> an an important anniversary, nearly 50 years since martin luther king jr.'s march on washington, d.c. and his famous "i have a dream" speech. days before dr. king made that historic speech, he appeared on "meet the press" and this weekend, nbc news will reair the interview unedited and in its entirety. moderator david gregory hosts a special edition. tell us about the 1963 interview. what stands out for you as you watch it? >> well, what's striking about it is to be able to go back in time and to see this being played out, to see dr. king in this forum on a program that i love so much, but in that context, 1963 was a tumultuous time that was the backdrop for the march on washington, fear of demonstrations in the streets and violence with march on washington which did not come to pass. medgar everers had been murdered, firehoses turned on peaceful protesters in birmingham. you had all of this as the backdrop to this appearance on "meet the press" and ultimately to the speech. you hear from dr. king in this interv
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Aug 4, 2013 10:00pm PDT
of "dateline." i'm lester holt. thanks for joining u >>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney. >> and i'm diane dwyer. no b.a.r.t. strike tomorrow. >> kimberly tere has more. >> reporter: about 40 minutes ago the union came downstairs and walked through lobby out here and told us they are disappointed with this decision. they wanted a resolution for the workers and they wanted one tonight. but what this does mean is that b.a.r.t. trains will be running tomorrow and through the week. the governor called a seven-day board of inquiry. and b.a.r.t. and negotiators
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Aug 4, 2013 11:00pm PDT
evening i'm terry mcsweeney. >> and i'm diane dwyer. no b.a.r.t. strike tomorrow. >> kimberly tere has more. >> reporter: about 40 minutes ago the union came downstairs and walked through lobby out here and told us they are disappointed with this decision. they wanted a resolution for the workers and they wanted one tonight. but what this does mean is that b.a.r.t. trains will be running tomorrow and through the week. the governor called a seven-day board of inquiry. and b.a.r.t. and negotiators from the two largest unions will have a chance to present their cases. this will happen locally. they will all detail what happened in the last several weeks of negotiations while proposals were put forth and the board will determine whether there will be a 30 or 60 day cooling off period or none at all. >> and the evidence we experienced is it is a waste of time. is it the eve of a strike. i mean, this is when we should have been locked into some final positions and get it resolved. that was not happening. the issue now is they will try to determine how long it will take for b.a.r.t. to get se
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Aug 11, 2013 11:00pm PDT
i'm terry mcsweeney. diane dwyer has the night off. we begin with a crash in the south bay leaving two teenagers dead, one of them the driver. the car was speeding when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree about midnight. kimberly tere joins us from the scene with the latest. >> reporter: that car crashed into a tree in the center median here. you can see that's where friends and family have come to pay tribute to the teenagers who were killed. right after the crash last night they could hear the teenagers crying out for help. friends and family gathered in the spot where two teenagers were killed overnight. >> i had to see it for myself. it's something that is hard to see. >> reporter: this is video from somebody who lives on the avenue. the driver was killed. a passenger, a 16-year-old was taken to the hospital, where he died. his family says he was an only child in a tight knit family. >> he was funny, always smiling, always joking with me. a cheerful person. someone -- someone -- someone that you would want to be around. he was a wonderful person. for this to happen
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Aug 25, 2013 10:00pm PDT
to the bay area. >>> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening. terry mcsweeney is off tonight, and we begin with a developing story. the fire burning in and around yosemite grew by more than 10% today to
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Aug 25, 2013 11:00pm PDT
evening. terry mcsweeney is off tonight, and we begin with a developing story. the fire burning in and around yosemite grew by more than 10% today to nearly 144,000 acres. tonight we have new information that hits home for many people in the east bay. we've learned the fire has destroyed the berkley family camp. that's seven miles from the entrance to yosemite. nbc's monte francis has spent the weekend on the front lines of the fire. and it doesn't seem to be slowing down at this point. >> reporter: well, diane, that's right. several camps are threatened by this fire. we're told that one has been destroyed. that is the berkley tawall me camp. it has been owned and operated since 1922. we found these photos taken before the fire on the website. thankfully the camp and staffers were evacuated before hand and no one was hurt. almost 3,000 firefighters are across this state fighting this blaze. more than half of them are here in tawall me sitting hoping to hold back the flames from this small community. a big change in tactics in the last 24 hours as the rim fire edges closer to the
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